If you are a fan of our Facebook page then you would know that our goal is to be an 'eco friendly punch in the face to mass production'. By mass production we mean the poor quality, cheap, tacky, seasonal fashion that proudly graces
money making machines chain stores.
Having said that we are all for trade shows and looking to expand, reinvent and stay fresh. So when a trade show rolled its way into town a couple of months back of course we checked it out. And we struck a little gold.
These exquisite lace and crochet dresses are new ('shock, horror...not vintage?!') and mass produced. (I heard you fall off your chair) We fell in love with them because of their femininity, grace, hippie, boho and whimsical delicateness. And the clincher? These unique dresses are made by, and help to support, training and work for women living in poverty in under privileged countries. Now this is the kind of mass production we don't mind getting in on. Something that is sustainable. Sorry though - it doesn't have a designer label attached to it. If it did it would be 3000 times the price.